This is a very fascinating miniature museum. You could spend all day there and really appreciate the artistry of each exhibit. A delightful place for a group of friends to gather.
This place is amazing and I plan to return during the Christmas Holidays. It was just a bit overwhelming so this time we have a new plan. We'll go in the morning, take a lunch break somewhere and then return in the afternoon. So much to see and they have a special area for the Holidays. Check out this museum--you... More
Enter the world of miniatures. We're not just talking doll houses here. This is truly a world of miniatures. You enter the building through an oversized door which immediately creates the feel of being miniature. This place will appeal to families, children (can you find the hidden fairies?), antique lovers, history buff, and all those interested in looking a little... More
While traveling cross country we stopped at the The Mini Machine Museum of Miniatures in Tuscon, Ar. My friend and I did not really know what to expect. But once we opened the door we were very surprised. The minute you walk in you are transported to a land of miniatures. (well not first thing you are greeted by normal... More
What a wonderfully interesting, enchanting, mind-boggling and creatively intriguing place this is. Love that many of the minis are actually made by the 'home/vignette' owners. A little overwhelming, but absolutely worth the time. Would recommend hitting the History and Exploring the World Galleries first. The Enchanted Realm is a little more commercial (the findings are more commercial). Facility offers stools... More
Wow!! It is really difficult to express what a neat place this is. A blend of history, creativity, and nostalgia, I would be surprised if there wasn't something to pique everyone's interest. As blown away as I was by everything, I was pleasantly surprised to even find a Kewpie display. I got there with only 1.25 hours to go, and... More
We loved this! I would not suggest a visit if you have very small children, but well-behaved kids over the age of 6 would be okay. The miniatures are wonderful! So tiny and interesting. There is even a NY Brownstone with little vignettes into the lives of the residents! Anyone who likes history, doll houses or miniatures will love this... More
From the whimsical to the historically accurate, the miniatures on display are amazing to view. There were signs alongside several of them that gave interesting information about the history and the creation of miniatures. I left with a new appreciation of an area I'd known little about. Definitely worth an hour or two of your time.
I wasn't really sure what to expect, just that I saw cute little things I could not touch behind glass. Yes, this was true, but once I overcame the childish desire to play with everything, I had a magical afternoon. Fantastic displays await those who love holidays and history, and who have a passion for the tiny worlds beyond our... More
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